Papa Joe Chevalier

1949 - 2011


Audio And Story Archive

The Good News...and...The Bad News

The bad news is that we have reached the end of the audio we have available for posting.
The good news is that we have recently discovered more audio from as far back as 2007.
We are now "backtracking" to the earlier Papa Joe audio which you will find on this page.
To access the archive of the originally posted Papa Joe audio click HERE.

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Papa Joe Comments and Stories

There are so many things happening in sports today that I would love to hear Papa Joe comment about!


The end of BCS...What would Papa Joe Say?


I wonder what Papa Joe would have to say about his "beloved Buck-os" and "beloved Steelers" in 2013.

Willie C.

I was a caller back in the early 90s. I played on his softball team and went golfing a few times with him. He was a truly great guy who loved his fans and what he did. Hope your up there Joe looking down upon us with a smile.


I never called or e-mailed Papa Joe. I started listening during his Sport Entertainment Network days in Las Vegas. Like most good things it didn't last long. My local radio station changed formats. After that I listened whenever I could catch him on an out-of-town station when traveling. When he started streaming on the internet, I was finally able to somewhat regularly listen to Papa Joe again. I did get a glimpse of Papa Joe in person when he was broadcasting his show live at Binions. He was busy interviewing a guest and I had to leave to catch an airplane back home before I had a chance to talk to him. I miss the voice of reason in sports.


I know that Papa Joe hated instant replay in baseball and for that matter, in all sports. I still think we need more instant replay in sports to get it right. I still listened to him whenever I could.

Charles in China Grove

I started listening to Papa Joe back in the 1990s when he was on the One On One Sports radio network.  I was immediately "hooked" the first "Bite Me" Wednesday I listened to.  I followed him over the years, usually online, as the monkeys were always pulling his show for one reason or another.  He was truly one of the very best.  I will always be grateful for him and his shows.

Papa, you're home now.  Enjoy!  Take Care & God Bless.


I just found out today (10/25/2012) that Papa Joe died.  I was shocked to find out that he had passed away last year!

I listened to him on SEN Network, One and One Network, and the Sporting News network.  I lived in Sacramento and Reno during that time period.  Got to listen to him a little bit in Sacramento and listen to him on a constant basis in Reno.  I thought the guy was excellent.  He always spoke the truth and he was fair to his callers.

Once he came to Reno to meet the fans.  My friend and I went to a sports bar where he was at.  I wish I would have shook his hand.  For some reason we didn't get a chance to talk to him.  I know I am late to the party, but it chokes me up that he is no longer with us.  He was a legend.


Joe and I used to work together as surveillance agents back in the 70s.  We got to be pretty good friends and racquetball partners.  He was always a bright spot in my day and a very good gin player too.  I was lucky enough to get to know him on an entirely different level and I can assure you that he was a truly great guy.  He is missed.

Leo A.

Papa Joe was a joy to listen to.  I love listening to the archives.  It is so good to hear his voice again.  God Bless You Papa.

Barney in Reno

I was a huge fan of Papa Joe, listening on my commute home every night around 8pm.  I called in a few times and was constantly ripping on the Detroit Lions...They still suck!  My favorite memory was a random call I made when Papa was discussing Mike Tyson boxing against a female on pay-per-view.  Papa asked me "Who would watch Tyson fight a woman?"  I immediately answered "A Detroit Lions fan!"  This seemed to stump him so he asked me to explain myself.  I replied, "Every week Detroit Lions fans tune in to watch a senseless beating...."  He got a big laugh out of that one.  He sent me a T-shirt from Fat Burger and an autographed picture which now hangs next to my autographed pictures of Joe Montana, Hershel Walker and Richard Petty.  Papa Joe was a one-of-a-kind and he IS missed!  Thank you Papa for all the smiles.   I'll never forget you.

Tim from Bay City, MI

I used to listen to Papa Joe on my long drive home after work.  My drive home each evening seemed much longer when he left Chicago for Las Vegas and I couldn't listen to him on the radio.  It's good to be able to hear him again.

Mel from New Braunfels, TX

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